Pictured from left to right: Dr. Sue Ellspermann, Ivy Tech President, Inez Evans, IndyGo President and CEO, Roy Luster, ATU Local 1070 President, Aaron Vogel, IndyGo Chief Operations Officer, Dr. Lorenzo Esters, Ivy Tech Indianapolis Campus Chancellor - Photo: IndyGo

Pictured from left to right: Dr. Sue Ellspermann, Ivy Tech President, Inez Evans, IndyGo President and CEO, Roy Luster, ATU Local 1070 President, Aaron Vogel, IndyGo Chief Operations Officer, Dr. Lorenzo Esters, Ivy Tech Indianapolis Campus Chancellor

Photo: IndyGo

IndyGo, in partnership with Ivy Tech Community College and the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1070, announced they are providing IndyGo diesel apprentices with a pathway to a technical certificate from Ivy Tech in Diesel Technology. 

By using a prior learning assessment, the agreement allows an IndyGo Apprenticeship Program graduate who successfully completes the Bus Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship Program to receive up to 24 credits after completing 16 credit hours at Ivy Tech. That will go toward a Technical Certification in Diesel Technology.

“IndyGo is constantly thinking of the future and ways to remove barriers and increase professional development opportunities for its workforce,” said Inez Evans,IndyGo president/CEO. “We can do both with our newly registered apprenticeship program and our partnership with Ivy Tech. This partnership will keep IndyGo at the forefront of industry technology and help bolster our employees’ skills in today’s ever-advancing, high-tech field. We’re excited to add yet another tool to our toolbelt through this collaboration.”

Ivy Tech and IndyGo will promote the program to diesel apprentices this summer and expect students to enroll into the program as early as this fall.

“By offering IndyGo diesel apprentices with the option to continue their education at Ivy Tech, we’re investing in Indiana’s future – providing employers and our state with graduates well-prepared for high wage, high demand careers aligned to employer needs,” said Sue Ellspermann, president of Ivy Tech.

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